Lagos LG elections to hold July 22, 13 dates every resident must know

Lagos LG elections to hold July 22, 13 dates every resident must know

On Saturday, July 22, 2017, elections for elective posts across various LGs and LCDAs in Lagos state will hold.

Lagos local government elections are set to hold on July 22

Lagos local government elections are set to hold on July 22

The Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC), elections into the office(s) of Chairmen and Councilors in the 20 LGs and 37 LCDAs in Lagos will hold on that day.

What do all Lagos residents need to know? Read the full schedule below:

1. Release of Election guidelines – Thursday, April 13, 2017

2. Publication of Election Guidelines by LASIEC – Friday, April 14, 2017

3. Commencement of Campaign by Political Parties – Saturday, April 15, 2017

4. Conduct of primaries by Political Parties and observation by LASIEC – Monday April 17 – Friday May, 2017

5. Submission of Nomination Forms by Political Parties – Wednesday April 19 – Monday May 22, 2017

6. Display of Voter Register for the Elections at Ward Collection Centres – Saturday June 17, 2017

7. Submission of names and addresses of party agents to LASIEC – Wednesday 21 – Saturday June 24, 2017

8. Validation of candidates documents by LASIEC – Monday 19 June – Sunday July 9, 2017

9. Display of validated and Invalidated candidates by LASIEC – Wednesday, July 12, 2017

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10. Publication of Notice of Polls at Ward Collation Centres (Day and Hour) – Saturday, July 1, 2017

11. End of Electioneering Campaign – Thursday July 20, 2017

12. Elections into Chairmanship and Councillorship positions in the 20 LGs and 37 LCDAs – Saturday, July 22, 2017

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13. Run off/Re-run Election(s) if any – Saturday, July 29, 2017

Meanwhile, Mr Segun Adewale, factional chairman of the Lagos chapter of the Peoples Democtratic Party (PDP), has described the Ekiti state governor, Ayodele Fayose as a two-timing politician. Adewale describe Fayoswe as a “mole” who is “biting the finger that fed him.”

The people in Otodo Gbame will be feeling aggrieved about this as they suffer through an official destruction of their property. Watch a video below:

Source: Naija.ng

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